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  1. Another one that slipped past me.. Did you take out a joint loan with a partner - then later you divorced? Was there PPI on that loan and did your partner claim and get all of the money back.. with you being non the wiser? http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/saving/article-3871798/Thousands-divorced-women-deprived-PPI-payouts-NatWest-Royal-Bank-Scotland-receive-compensation.html Other banks apparently complied with rules and shared the pay-out between separated partners.
  2. Good evening. I wonder if anyone can help or advise. My partner's ex husband has asked my partner to sign a "Letter of Authority" from a PPI claims company in order that he can reclaim some PPI "for them both"! Call me sceptical, but how do we know he won't just keep all of the money, as the company in question are dealing with him at his address? I have told her not to sign them for a number of reasons... 1) She has no way to guarantee she will get her share. 2) The PPI claim company takes 33% 3) My brother used a company who only took 25% 4) I think she ought to try and reclaim ALL of her share HERSELF! My brother seems to be of the opinion that if he had tried to reclaim HIS own PPI the banks would have given him the runaround. He was told (by the PPI company) that once a claim is opened they would not be able to help him so it was better to use them as he would have more chance of getting something. Is this true? Any advice appreciated. Thank You,
  3. Help needed please, I will try to explain the best I can, here goes...... My partner split with her then husband some years ago due to him having several affairs, she then sold the family home and he proceeds of the sale she put down as a deposit towards her new home for her and their 2 small children. She gave him about £6000 from this. They later divorced some years later but there was no order put in place for any stake of the money from the sale of the house. I made about 50,000 from the sale of the family home, I put down 34,000 on my new house as I couldn't get a mortgage for anymore. The rest paid fees and paid off debt and was used to do get the house right. I am just wondering if this was fair or should he received more money? Where do I stand from a legal point of view. Can a court go back and make me pay a share of the proceeds. All this happened 6 years ago last month.
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